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II. More Specialized Studies on England (and Great Britain, from 1707)



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II. More Specialized Studies on England (and Great Britain, from 1707):
1. Lord Ernle, English Farming Past and Present (1st edn., London, 1912; 6th edn. London, 1961, ed. G.E. Fussell and O.R. McGregor).
2. Lord Ernle, ‘Obstacles to Progress’, in his The Land and its People (London: Hutchinson, 1925), chapter III. Reprinted in E.L. Jones, ed., Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1650-1815, Debates in Economic History series (London: Methuen, 1967), pp. 49-65.
3. R. V. Lennard, ‘English Agriculture under Charles II’, Economic History Review, 1st ser., 4 (1932), 23-45. Reprinted in Walter E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, 2 vols. (Newton Abbott, 1968), Vol. I, pp. 161-86.
4. Peter Mathias, ‘Agriculture and the Brewing and Distilling Industries in the Eighteenth Century’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 5 (1952). Reprinted in E.L. Jones, ed., Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1650-1815, Debates in Economic History series (London: Methuen, 1967), pp. 80-93.
5. W.E. Minchinton, ‘Agricultural Returns and the Government during the Napoleonic Wars’, Agricultural History Review, 1 (1953), 29 - 43. Reprinted in Walter E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, 2 vols. (Newton Abbott, 1968), Vol. II, pp. 103-20.
* 6. G. E. Mingay, ‘The Agricultural Depression, 1730-1750’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 8 (1956), reprinted in E.M. Carus-Wilson, ed., Essays in Economic History, Vol. II (London, 1962), pp. 309-26.
7. R. Trow-Smith, A History of British Livestock Husbandry, 1700 - 1900 (London, 1959).
8. A.H. John, ‘The Course of Agricultural Change, 1660 - 1760’, in L.S. Presnell, ed., Studies in the Industrial Revolution (London, 1960), pp. 125-55. Reprinted in Walter E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, 2 vols. (Newton Abbott, 1968), Vol. I, pp. 221-53.
9. J.D. Gould, ‘Agricultural Fluctuations and the English Economy in the Eighteenth Century’, Journal of Economic History, 22 (1962), 313- .
* 10. G.E. Mingay, ‘The Agricultural Revolution in English History: A Reconsideration’, Agricultural History, 26 (1963), 123-33. Reprinted in W.E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, Vol. II (1968), pp. 9-28.
* 11. E.L. Jones, ‘Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1660-1750: Agricultural Change’, Journal of Economic History, 25 (1965), 1-18. Reprinted in:
a) E.L. Jones, ed., Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1650-1815, Debates in Economic History series (London: Methuen, 1967), pp. 152-71.

b) Walter E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, 2 vols. (Newton Abbott, 1968), Vol. I, pp. 203-20.


* 12. A.H. John, ‘Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth in England, 1700-1760’, Journal of Economic History, 25 (1965), 19-34. Reprinted in E.L. Jones, ed., Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1650-1815, Debates in Economic History series (London: Methuen, 1967), pp. 172-93. With a postscript (pp. 189-93) added in 1967 for this volume.
13. D. B. Grigg, The Agricultural Revolution in South Lincolnshire (London, 1966).
14. George E. Fussell, The English Dairy Farmer, 1500 - 1900 (London, 1966).
* 15. J.D. Chambers and G.E. Mingay, The Agricultural Revolution, 1750-1880 (London, 1966). See also the later edition of Mingay (1977).
16. E.H. Hunt, ‘Labour Productivity in English Agriculture, 1850-1914’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 20 (1967).
17. Eric Kerridge, The Agricultural Revolution (London, 1967). Very largely on the pre-1750 era, arguing that the ‘agricultural revolution’ began in Tudor-Stuart England.
18. E.L. Jones and G.E. Mingay, eds., Land, Labour, and Population in the Industrial Revolution: Essays Presented to J.D. Chambers (London, 1967):
(a) A.H. John, ‘Farming in Wartime, 1793-1815’, pp. 28-47.
(b) D.C. Barnett, ‘Allotments and Problem of Rural Poverty’, 162-86.
19. N. Riches, The Agricultural Revolution in Norfolk, 2nd edn. (London, 1967).
* 20. E.L. Jones, ed., Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1650-1815, Debates in Economic History series (London: Methuen, 1967), pp.
* a) E.L. Jones, ‘Introduction’, pp. 1-48.
b) Lord Ernle, ‘Obstacles to Progress’, pp. 49-65. [Reprinted from his The Land and its People (London: Hutchinson, 1925), chapter III.]
c) Peter Mathias, ‘Agriculture and the Brewing and Distilling Industries in the Eighteenth Century’, pp. 80-93. [Reprinted from Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 5 (1952). ]
d) J.D. Chambers, ‘Enclosure and the Labour Supply in the Industrial Revolution’, pp. 94-127. [Reprinted from Economic History Review, 2nd ser. V (1953), 319-43.]

e) J.M. Martin, ‘The Cost of Parliamentary Enclosure in Warwickshire’, pp. 128-51. [Reprinted from University of Birmingham Historical Journal, 9 (1964).]


f) E.L. Jones, ‘Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1660-1750: Agricultural Change’, pp. 152-71. [Reprinted from Journal of Economic History, 25 (1965), 1-18.]
g) A.H. John, ‘Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth in England, 1700 - 1760’, pp. 172-93. With a postscript (pp. 189-93) added for this volume. [Reprinted from Journal of Economic History, 25 (1965), 19-34.]
21. E.L. Jones, The Development of English Agriculture, 1815-1873 (Studies in Economic History series, London, 1968).
22. F.M.L. Thompson, ‘The Second Agricultural Revolution, 1815-1880’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 21 (1968), 62-77.
* 23. A. H. John, ‘The Agricultural Origins of Industry’, Past and Present, no. 40 (1968), 58 - 71.
24. W. E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, 2 vols. (Newton Abbot, 1968). Especially:
(a) M.A. Havinden, ‘Agricultural Progress in Open-Field Oxfordshire’, pp. 147-60. [Reprinted from Agricultural History Review, 9 (1961), 73-83.]
(b) R.V. Lennard, ‘English Agriculture Under Charles II’, pp. 161-87. [Reprinted from Economic History Review, 1st ser., 4 (1932), 23-45.]
(c) H.J. Habakkuk, ‘Economic Functions of English Landowners in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’, pp. 187-202. [Reprinted from Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, VI (1953), 92-102.]
(d) E.L. Jones, ‘Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1660-1750: Agricultural Change’, Vol. I, pp. 203-20. [Reprinted from The Journal of Economic History, 23 (12965), 1-18.]
(e) A.H. John, ‘The Course of Agricultural Change, 1660-1760’, Vol. I, pp. 221-53. [Reprinted from L.S. Presnell, ed., Studies in the Industrial Revolution (London, 1960), pp. 125-55.]
(f) G.E. Mingay, ‘The Agricultural Revolution in English History: A Reconsideration’, Vol. II, pp. 9-28. [Reprinted from Agricultural History, 26 (1963), 123-33.]
(g) M.W. Beresford, ‘The Commissioners of Enclosure’, Vol. II, pp. 89-102. [Reprinted from Economic History Review, 1st ser., 16 (1946), 130-40.]
(h) W.E. Minchinton, ‘Agricultural Returns and the Government during the Napoleonic Wars’, Vol. II, pp. 103-20. [Reprinted from Agricultural History Review, 1 (1953), 130-40.]
25. E.J.T. Collins, ‘Harvest Technology and the Labour Supply in Britain, 1790 - 1870’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 22 (1969).
26. B. A. Holderness, ‘Capital Formation in Agriculture, 1750 - 1850’, in J. P. P. Higgins and Sidney Pollards, eds., Aspects of Capital Investment in Great Britain, 1750 - 1850 (1969; 2nd edn. 1971).
27. B. A. Holderness, ‘Landlords' Capital Formation in East Anglia, 1750 - 1870’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 25 (1972).
28. E.J.T. Collins, ‘The Diffusion of the Threshing Machine in Britain, 1790 - 1880’, Tools and Tillage, 2 (1972).
29. J. A. Yelling, ‘Changes in Crop Production in East Worcestershire, 1540 - 1867’, Agricultural History Review, 21 (1973).
30. H. C. Darby, ‘The Age of the Improver: 1600-1800’, in H. C. Darby, ed., A New Historical Geography of England (London, 1973).
31. E. L. Jones, Agriculture and the Industrial Revolution (New York, 1974).
32. R.A. Ippolito, ‘The Effect of the “Agricultural Depression” on Industrial Demand in England: 1730-1750’, Economica, 42 (1975), 298-311.
33. George Mingay, ed., Arthur Young and His Times (London, 1975), Chapter 2, ‘The Agricultural Revolution’, and Chapter 3, ‘Enclosure and Rural Property.’
* 34. Glenn Hueckel, ‘Relative Prices and Supply Response in English Agriculture during the Napoleonic Wars’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 29 (1976), 401-14.
35. R.A. Dodshon, ‘The Economics of Sheep Farming in the Southern Uplands during the Age of Improvement, 1750-1833’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 29 (1976), 551-84.
36. A. H. John, ‘English Agricultural Improvement and Grain Exports, 1660 - 1765’, in D. C. Coleman and A. H. John, eds., Trade, Government, and Economy in Pre-Industrial England: Essays Presented to F. J. Fisher (London, 1976), pp. 45 - 67.
* 37. Patrick K. O'Brien, ‘Agriculture and the Industrial Revolution’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 30 (1977), 166-81.
* 38. George E. Mingay, ed., The Agricultural Revolution: Changes in Agriculture, 1650 - 1880 (London, 1977).
39. Mark Overton, ‘Estimating Crop Yields from Probate Inventories: An Example from East Anglia, 1585 - 1735’, The Journal of Economic History, 39 (June 1979), 363 - 78.
40. H.S.A. Fox and R. A. Butlin, eds., Change in the Countryside: Essays on Rural England, 1500 - 1900, IBG Special Publications no. X (London, 1979).
41. Andrew Appleby, ‘Grain Prices and Subsistence Crises in England and France, 1590-1740', Journal of Economic History, 39 (1979), 865-88.
41. Stuart MacDonald, ‘Agricultural Response to a Changing Market During the Napoleonic Wars’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 33 (1980), 59-86.
42. John Broad, ‘Alternate Husbandry and Permanent Pasture in the Midlands, 1650 - 1800’, Agricultural History Review, 28 (1980).
* 43. G. Patrick H. Chorley, ‘The Agricultural Revolution in Northern Europe, 1750-1880: Nitrogen, Legumes, and Crop Productivity’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 34 (1981), 71-93.
* 44. Roderick Floud and Donald McCloskey, ed., The Economic History of Britain Since 1700, Vol. I: 1700-1860 (Cambridge, 1981):
(a) E.L. Jones, ‘Agriculture, 1700-80’, pp. 66-86.
(b) G. Hueckel, ‘Agriculture during Industrialization’, pp. 182-203.
45. J. V. Beckett, ‘Regional Variation and the Agricultural Depression, 1730-50’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 35 (Feb. 1982), 35-51.
46. Robert Allen, ‘The Efficiency and Distributional Consequences of Eighteenth Century Enclosures’, The Economic Journal, 92 (Dec. 1982), 937-53.
** 47. Michael Turner, ‘Agricultural Productivity in England in the Eighteenth Century: Evidence from Crop Yields’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 35 (1982), 389-510.
48. Joan Thirsk, ‘Plough and Pen: Agricultural Writers in the Seventeenth Century’, in T. H. Aston, P. R. Coss, C. Dyer, Joan Thirsk, eds., Social Relations and Ideas: Essays in Honour of R. H. Hilton (Cambridge University Press, 1983), pp. 295 - 318.
49. Michael Turner, Enclosures in Britain, 1750 - 1830 (London, 1984), pp. 37-52.
* 50. Mark Overton, ‘Agricultural Revolution? Development of the Agrarian Economy in Early-Modern England’, in A. R. H. Baker and D. J. Gregory, eds., Explorations in Historical Geography: Interpretative Essays (Cambridge, 1984), pp. 118-39.
* 51. Mark Overton, ‘Agricultural Productivity in Eighteenth- Century England: Some Further Speculations’, and Michael Turner, ‘Agricultural Productivity in Eighteenth-Century England: Further Strains of Speculation’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 37 (May 1984), 244-51, 252-57.
52. Richard L. Sullivan, ‘Measurement of English Farming Technological Change, 1523-1900’, Explorations in Economic History, 21 (July 1984), 270-89.
53. Joan Thirsk, The Rural Economy of England (London: Hambledon Press, 1984). Collected essays on agrarian history.
* 54. Joan Thirsk, ed., The Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. V: 1640 - 1750, Part I: Regional Farming Systems (Cambridge University Press, 1984).
* 55. Joan Thirsk, ed., The Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. V: 1640 - 1750, Part II: Agrarian Change (Cambridge University Press, 1985). See especially:
(a) Peter Bowden, ‘Agricultural Prices, Wages, Farm Profits, and Rents’, pp. 1 - 118.
(b) Joan Thirsk, ‘Agricultural Innovations and their Diffusion’, pp. 533 - 89.
56. Richard L. Sullivan, ‘The Timing and Pattern of Technological Development in English Agriculture, 1611 - 1850’, Journal of Economic History, 45 (June 1985), 305-14.
57. David Ormrod, English Grain Exports and the Structure of Agrarian Capitalism, 1700 - 1760 (Hull, 1985).
58. N. F. R. Crafts, British Economic Growth during the Industrial Revolution (Oxford, 1985).
** 59. Ann Kussmaul, ‘Agrarian Change in Seventeenth-Century England: The Economic Historian as Paleontologist’, Journal of Economic History, 45 (March 1985), 1 - 30.
60. E. Anthony Wrigley, ‘Urban Growth and Agricultural Change: England and the Continent in the Early Modern Period’, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 15 (Spring 1985), 683-728.
61. Ann Kussmaul, ‘Time and Space, Hoofs and Grain: The Seasonality of Marriage in England’, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 15 (Spring 1985), 755 - 79.
* 62. Patrick K. O'Brien, ‘Agriculture and the Home Market for English Industry, 1660-1820’, English Historical Review, 100 (1985), 773-800.
* 63. R. V. Jackson, ‘Growth and Deceleration in English Agriculture, 1660 - 1790’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 38 (August 1985), 333-351.
64. Mark Overton, ‘The Diffusion of Agricultural Innovations in Early-Modern England: Turnips and Clover in Norfolk and Suffolk, 1580 - 1740’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, new series, 10 (1985), 205-21.
** 65. Michael Turner, ‘English Open Fields and Enclosures: Retardation or Productivity Improvements?’ Journal of Economic History, 46 (Sept. 1986), 669 - 92.
* 66. Mark Overton, ‘Depression or Revolution? English Agriculture, 1640-1750’, Journal of British Studies, 25 (1986), 344-52.
67. Michael Havinden, ‘Evolution or Revolution? Agriculture's Critical Period, 1640-1750’, Journal of Historical Geography, 12 (1986), 204-10.
* 68. R. B. Outhwaite, ‘Progress and Backwardness in English Agriculture, 1500-1650’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 39 (Feb. 1986), 1-18. Very important for the background to the post-1650 changes.
69. R. B. Outhwaite, ‘English Agricultural Efficiency from the Mid-Seventeenth Century: Causes and Costs’, Historical Journal, 30 (1987), 201-09.
70. Gregory Clark, ‘Productivity Growth without Technical Change in European Agriculture Before 1850’, Journal of Economic History, 47 (June 1987), 419-32.
71. G. G. S. Bowie, ‘New Sheep for Old: Changes in Sheep Farming in Hampshire, 1792-1879’, Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 15-24.
72. E. A. Wrigley, ‘Early Modern Agriculture: A New Harvest Gathered In’, Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 65-71. Review of Thirsk, ed., Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. V (1985).
73. H. J. Habakkuk, ‘The Agrarian History of England and Wales: Regional Farming Systems and Agrarian Change, 1640 - 1750’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 40 (May 1987), 281-95. Also a review of Thirsk, ed., Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. V (1985).
74. G. G. Bowie, ‘Watermeadows in Wessex: A Re-evaluation for the Period 1640 - 1850’, Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 151-58. On ‘floating-meadows’, or artificial irrigation.
75. E. J. T. Collins, ‘The Rationality of ‘Surplus’ Agricultural Labour: Mechanization in English Agriculture in the Nineteenth Century’, Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 36-46.
* 76. Joan Thirsk, England's Agricultural Regions and Agrarian History, 1500 - 1750, Studies in Economic and Social History series (London, 1987).
* 77. Robert C. Allen, ‘The Growth of Labor Productivity in Early Modern English Agriculture’, Explorations in Economic History, 25 (April 1988), 117-46.
78. Robert C. Allen and Cormac O Grada, ‘On the Road Again with Arthur Young: English, Irish, and French Agriculture during the Industrial Revolution’, Journal of Economic History, 48 (March 1988), 93 - 116.
* 79. Robert C. Allen, ‘Inferring Yields from Probate Inventories’, Journal of Economic History, 48 (March 1988), 117-25.
80. Paul Glennie, ‘Continuity and Change in Hertfordshire Agriculture, 1550-1700: I - Patterns of Agricultural Production’, Agricultural History Review, 36 (1988), 55-75.
81. Paul Glennie, ‘Continuity and Change in Hertfordshire Agriculture, 1550 - 1700, II: Trends in Crop Yields and their Determinants’, The Agricultural History Review, 36 (1988), 145 - 61.
** 82. George E. Mingay, ed., The Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. VI: 1750 - 1850 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989):
(a) G. E. Mingay, ‘Introduction’, pp. 1-6.
(b) Hugh Prince, ‘The Changing Rural Landscape, 1750 - 1850’, pp. 7-83.
(c) B.A. Holderness, ‘Prices, Productivity, and Output’, pp. 84-189.
(d) Richard Perren, ‘Markets and Marketing’, pp. 190 - 274.
(e) G.E. Mingay, Jonathan Brown, H.A. Beecham, Raine Morgan, R.J. Moore-Colyer, Catherine Breeze, ‘Farming Techniques: Arable Farming and Livestock’, pp. 275-360.
(f) Nicholas Goddard, ‘Farming Techniques, III: Agricultural Literature and Societies’, pp. 361-383.
(g) E.J. Collins, Jennifer Tann, J.A. Chartres, L.A. Clarkson, Jonathan Brown, David Grace, ‘The Agricultural Servicing and Processing Industries’, pp. 384-544.
(h) J.V. Beckett, ‘Landownership and Estate Management’, pp. 545-640.
(i) W. A. Armstrong, ‘Labour I: Rural Population Growth, Systems of Employment, and Incomes’, pp. 641-728.
(j) W.A. Armstrong and J.P. Huzel, ‘Labour II: Food, Shelter and Self-Help, the Poor Law and the Position of the Labourer in Society’, pp. 729-835.
(k) J.H. Porter, ‘The Development of Rural Society’, pp. 836-937.
(l) George E. Mingay, ‘Conclusion: the Progress of Agriculture, 1750 - 1850’, pp. 938 - 71.
(m) A.H. John, ‘Statistical Appendix’, pp. 972 - 1155.

83. Julian L. Simon and Richard J. Sullivan, ‘Population Size, Knowledge Stock, and Other Determinants of Agricultural Publication and Patenting: England, 1541 - 1850’, Explorations in Economic History, 26 (January 1989), 21 - 44.


84. George Grantham, ‘Agricultural Supply During the Industrial Revolution: French Evidence and European Implications’, Journal of Economic History, 49 (March 1989), 43 - 72.
85. Mark Overton, ‘Weather and Agricultural Change in England, 1660 - 1739’, Agricultural History, 63 (Spring 1989), 77 - 88.
86. Andrew K. Copus, ‘Changing Markets and the Development of Sheep Breeds in Southern England, 1750 - 1900’, The Agricultural History Review, 37 (1989), 36 - 51.
** 87. George W. Grantham and Carol Leonard, eds., Agrarian Organization in the Century of Industrialization, Supplement no. 5 of Research in Economic History, Paul Uselding general editor (London: JAI Press, 1989), in 2 parts.



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